Film Reviews, Short Film

REVIEW: Notes (2021)

Jimmy Olsson’s latest short film seeks to question traditional notions about messy break-ups and the manner in which our emotions can influence the art that we produce. It’s light on dialogue, but if you open yourself up to its loose, playful style, you will be…

Film Reviews, Short Film

REVIEW: The Whistler (2018)

If you like your horror movies to get straight to point then horror shorts could be the perfect option for you, as they offer digestible chunks of the genre but don’t skimp on the scares. Writer and director Jennifer Nicole Stang’s latest offering The Whistler…

Film Reviews, Short Film

REVIEW: Re-displacement (2019)

Re-displacement is a film about memory and trauma, exploring how experiences in our formative years shape our future and our identity in unseen ways. This a high-concept short film that uses sci-fi conventions to explore complex emotional themes in an objective way, but at the…

Film Reviews, Films, Short Film

FINAL GIRLS: Flesh and Blood Shorts

Blood Runs Down We follow a mother and daughter as they pass through three stages; Idolatry, Resentment and Grief. These three stages represent aspects of their lives and show them in different circumstances through a short period of time together. In the opening sequence, the…

Film Reviews, Films, Short Film

REVIEW: Do No Harm (2019)

Do No Harm is an insanely well-made short film. Director Sam Blakeney-Edwards has crafted an unnerving film with a strong beginning, middle and end (all inside of 12 minutes). The premise of the film is about a Junior doctor ‘Dr Bloom’ (Oliver Rednall) on the night shift…